1/6 The 'unreliable' historical account of Catherine of Aragon's duenna, Dona Elvira.
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3/4 Jonathan Ross, graphic novelist Alan Moore and string theorist Brian Greene on sci-fi.
1/2 Sami Shah looks at Pakistan's political history, from its foundations in Brit-ruled India.
1/6 Residents of the market town of Wadenbrook are preparing for the Dickensian Festival.
3/6 Uh-oh - Marcus Brigstocke has decided to don a crumpled linen suit and fib for Britain.
3/8 A famous by-election visitor sparks party wars. Adapted from TV with Wilfrid Brambell.
2/6 The shady lawyer turns farmer for a wealthy uncle. The Marx Brothers' lost shows recreated
1/6 Dave Gorman and Johnny Vegas chew over ridiculous, brilliant but unworkable ideas.
8/8 With Julian back on the scene, Clare is ecstatic. But her mother Sarah is worried.
4/6 In this nicely furnished affordable programme, Marcus decides to solve the housing crisis.
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5/6 This week's stories lovingly bashed, mashed and moulded into sketches and one-liners.
2/4 The controversial American comedian, by those who know him.
6/6 Sheffield singer John Shuttleworth's efforts to find Big City fame don't go to plan.